Lucy Wilson teaches twentieth-century British and Caribbean literature, as well as an advanced essay writing course and the pre-major poetry class. Her work on modern British, Caribbean and contemporary U.S. literature has appeared in several journals and anthologies, including Modern Fiction Studies, Critical Perspectives on Jean Rhys (Three Continents), Literature and Exile (Rodopi), Journal of Caribbean Studies, Review of Contemporary Literature,Callaloo, Wasafiri, and Caribbean Quarterly. Her first book of poems, Wind on Water: Poems on Healing Arts and Songs of Love, was published by Transcendent Zero Press in 2015.
Temple University: Ph.D., Post-Graduate Studies
Areas of Expertise (3)
Advanced Essay Writing
Industry Expertise (2)
Writing and Editing
Media Appearances (1)
English professor writes book of healing poetry
Los Angeles Loyolan
The topics of yoga, spirituality and illness intermingle in LMU English professor Lucy Wilson’s new book of poetry, “Wind on Water: Poems on Healing Arts and Songs of Love.” The collection of poems loosely focuses on coping with anger, love and the environment.
Event Appearances (1)
Bring Back the Goddess: an Evening of Poetry Featuring LMU English Professors Lucy Wilson, Sarah Maclay, and Gail Wronsky
Loyola Marymount University Events William H. Hannon Library, LMU